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Chapter One and Two Overview

by: William Beck

Chapter One and Two Overview HORT 2030

William Beck
Vegetable Production
Dr. Wheeler Foshee

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These notes are taken from the teachers lecture and go over what the class did for the first week
Vegetable Production
Dr. Wheeler Foshee
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by William Beck on Monday January 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HORT 2030 at Auburn University Montgomery taught by Dr. Wheeler Foshee in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 37 views. For similar materials see Vegetable Production in Agriculture and Forestry at Auburn University Montgomery.

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Date Created: 01/25/16
The Constitution Came after the Articles of Confederation It was deemed necessary so the Federal Government could take money from the states in the form of taxes it was also to give actual power to the Federal government it also helped states economically by regulating trade The Constitution was the rst document the established the Executive branch The Preamble states the goals of the framers Other ways the Constitution differed from the Articles was that the Constitution was representing a sovereign nation while the Articles was a conglomeration of the states One of the fundamental thing the Constitution does it lay out the separation of powers it also creates a centralized government as well as the structure of our government Article One established the Legislative Branch Article Two established the Executive Branch Article Three established the Judicial Branch The Framers intended the Legislative Branch was to be the most powerful so that the other power speci cally Executive didn t become too strong An example of a check on the Executive branch was the fact that it wouldn t be passed down within a family Some examples of checks on the Legislative branch is the presidential veto power as well as the bicameral nature of the Legislature The president s role in the legislative process as laid out be the Constitution is to enforce the law as well as he has to sign it into law or vetoing it When congress signs a budget for a year they are essentially paying for the executive branch for the year The reason the President is the one who starts the budgeting process is because he is supposed to be able to know around the correct amount of money Article One lays out the congressional power including the minting of money levy taxes declare war raise armies and navies be able to make laws and establish credit so the Government can borrow money Article Two lays out Legislative branch They laid out he Electoral College to elect the president they decided the President had to be a natural borne citizen had to be over 35 years old They gave the president the power of Commander and Chief the power to commute sentences make them shorter as well as pardon sentences out right the power to make treaties with consent of 23 of the senate and appoint justices to the supreme court along with appointing lower circuit judges and ambassadors It is also the president s responsibility to deliver a State of the Union to the congress There is an impeachment process is also laid out in this Article 0 Article Three create the Judicial branch There is only going to be one Supreme court but they could establish lower circuit courts Marbury v Madison supreme court case established the judicial power of Constitutional Review decides the supreme court can determine of laws are constitutional 0 Article Four and Six talk about interstate relations This established made legal documents legal in all states as well as making any criminal cannot escape their crimes by escaping the state the committed them in Article Four also states that all states must have a democratic government 0 Article Five established the dif cult process of amending the Constitution 0 The framers also laid out the Bill of Right the rst 10 constitutional amendments to protect he individual liberties and freedoms of the common person


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